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At the end of the rainbow writing prompt
This is a great way to allow your students to write a story independently with just the right amount of support.
Remember the old Mad Libs you did as a kid? These writing prompts are set up the same way but use pictures.
Students will choose from a set of images, picking one picture to finish each sentence. Any picture they choose from the set will work which makes this an errorless activity.
For students who need less support, they can either draw their own pictures in the boxes or look for pictures from magazines.
Once done, make sure you give each student a chance to read their story aloud using the communication device of their choice.
To learn more about using writing prompts and download some free ones to try head to the post: Writing Prompts for Kids with Pictures.
Even if you have non-readers, they can still write their very own story for St. Patrick’s Day about what they find at the end of the rainbow.